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The Santa Fe Independent Film Festival advances independent, innovative, and cutting edge cinema and brings 5 days of excellence in filmmaking to the inclusive and diverse community of Santa Fe, New Mexico.


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The 8th Annual Santa Fe Independent Film Festival: October 19th-23rd, 2016.

The Santa Fe Independent Film Fest begins October 19th and comes to a close October 23rd, presenting films, panels, discussions, and parties in the heart of downtown Santa Fe. Over 30 feature films, 60 shorts, five days and nights of community events, galas, educational panels and discussions, the hottest independent films of 2016 and much more...


2016 SFIFF Announces First Ten Feature Film Selections

2016 Santa Fe Independent Film Festival Announces First Ten Feature Film Selections

The Santa Fe Independent Film Festival represents Santa Fe as a world-class destination for films and theaters. These first 10 announced titles comprise about one-fourth of the feature films to be shown at the festival this October and will be followed with a full line-up of short films, educational events and parties at the hottest venues in downtown Santa Fe. Stay tuned for Opening Night and Closing Night announcements. Save the date for the eighth annual Santa Fe Independent Film Festival October 19-23, 2016.
50 Film Festivals Worth the Entry Fee, 2016

SFIFF Listed as 50 Film Festivals Worth the Entry Fee for the third Consecutive Year in Moviemaker Magazine.

Last year's SFIFF screened the U.S. premiere of The Seventh Fire (subsequently acquired by Film Movement), as well as 2015 festival hits Songs My Brothers Taught Me and Krisha. The best thing about this fest, though, may be its loyal and eclectic community, from yearly favorites like cinematographer Lee Daniel and writer George R. R. Martin to visitors like (in 2015) Amazon's Ted Hope and special tribute honoree Gena Rowlands.




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